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Its easier to stop all that weight with the brake there instead of out on the axles. Im sure there is a much better explaination to it than that though..lol
I think its easier on parts too.

The professional monster trucks do it that way to.
 

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I'm sure this is fairly obvious, but since I don't know anything about lifting trucks like that...

Why is there a disc brake right over the diff in the rear?
I should say I understand it's for braking, but is there no drums or discs?
there 2.5 ton rockwell (military) axles. there are no brakes on the hubs it slows down the drive train rather then the wheels.
 

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I like lifted trucks, those are a little too extreme for me but I can appreciate the work thats been done to them and the fact that their not mall crawlers :mullet:.
Agree!

Some people just have to much money :huh:

When you have to start buying tractor tires instead of mudders, your to big!
 

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Agree!

Some people just have to much money :huh:

When you have to start buying tractor tires instead of mudders, your to big!
LOL..I bet he has less money in this truck than I do mine.

I'm sure the tractor tires are more functional than the mud tires considering the stuff these guys play in.
 
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